HMD World had promised to convey newest Android updates to its all Nokia branded units even to its low-end telephones. And now fulfilling the guarantees, HMD World has started rolling out Android eight.zero Oreo secure replace to all Nokia three units globally. The software program replace would convey new options similar to “Image-in-Image” mode and new emojis to your budget-friendly Nokia three units.
It is a secure rollout of Oreo and the software program replace will probably be shortly out there to the brand new replace. Android Oreo is a major replace that brings various enhancements within the Android person expertise. It brings many new options similar to picture-in-picture, autofill, built-in Immediate Apps, Google Play Shield, quicker boot time, and rather more.
— Nokia (@nokia) April 11, 2018
Nokia three is a low-end system of HMD which is at the moment out there in Pakistan in PKR 14,000 solely. Beforehand, HMD introduced an Android Oreo beta program for the Nokia three, which might enable homeowners of the smartphone to check the replace earlier than it will get launched to most of the people. And now the replace will steadily roll out to all nations.
Software program rollouts are a phased course of so the timing of Android upgrades will differ by nation and operator. Please examine along with your native cell operator or gross sales distributor channel.
— Nokia Cellular (@Nokiamobile) April 12, 2018
HMD is offering superfast Android updates, in all probability as a result of it doesn’t have so many smartphones out there available on the market like different manufacturers like Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony, and so forth. The final addition to the listing of smartphone up to date to Android Oreo is the Nokia 3.
In the meantime, HMD has additionally not too long ago released 5 new Nokia branded smartphones together with Nokia eight Sirocco, Nokia 7 plus and Nokia 6 (2018) with Android Oreo OS and Nokia 1 with Android Oreo (Go version) in India.
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